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Terry Marks is principal of tmarks, a multidisciplinary creative firm
in Seattle, Washington. The firm seeks to power and guide forces for
good, championing great ideas with strategy, design, interactive, film
Marks’s work has been recognized nationally by Print, Communication
Arts, Critique, HOW, Neenah Papers, Potlatch Papers
and more. Mr.Crumbly Dreams a Tiger, a book which he wrote and
illustrated, was selected as one of the ten “Perfect 10” projects in a
national competition sponsored by HOW magazine.
He authored Color Harmony: Layout (Rockport Publishers) and
contributed to Three Feasts, a collaboration with chef Erik
Cannella, Rule29 design and O’Neill Printing. Additionally, he will
author and design the forthcoming Good Design: Deconstructing Form,
Function and What Makes Design Work (Rockport Publishers).
Tmarks serves nonprofit efforts including the LINK art outreach
program in Seattle and ASTAR, an organization that provides diagnosis
and treatment for the lives of people and families affected by autism
spectrum disorders. He co-chaired the Oodles of Doodles for Your Noodle
project, an award-winning activity book for hospitalized and seriously
ill children for the Art With Heart foundation.
Marks regularly speaks on creativity, design and inspiration to
dozens of organizations around the United States, including the HOW
Conference, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the ICON Illustration
Conference, The Ad Club, the Art Directors Club and numerous
universities and schools.
Because in-house designers regularly collaborate with different departments, they can develop a well-rounded view of needs and opportunities within their organization. By applying their unique design thinking skills to non-design problems, in-house designers have the ability to effect positive change from within.
Section: Tools and Resources
In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing, a local design studio sought to make sense of the chaotic sequence of events. Using iconography to tell the story, here is the book they created: 102 Hours.
Section: Inspiration -
book design, communication design, Design for Good, social issues
Louise Fili is recognized with a 2014 AIGA Medal for impeccable craftsmanship, elegant use of typography and designing with a passion and focus that is the envy of every designer.
Section: Inspiration -
book design, branding, communication design, editorial design, graphic design, identity design, packaging, print design, type design, typography, AIGA Medal, packaging, postage stamps
Earlier this year, several board committees were formed to ensure that AIGA is launching its second century as a “sound, accountable, focused and relevant organization.” Read the update from two committees that examined the way AIGA is governed and organized, and whether financial practices are adequate for oversight and accountability.
Section: About AIGA -
AIGA Insight, governance, AIGA news
Le Musée grandit (The Museum is growing)
RT @wellspapanek: @AIGAdesign Learn the science behind the brain as we engage in creative and innovative thinking & its powerful impact htt…
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Justen Renyer Design
This is a Printing Office
Posted by Jane Monast
Felt & Wire
Marie Stella Maris "Care Line"
Posted by Elizabeth Freeman
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Graphic Design Blueprints: Architects have them, now designers do too. Boost designs by discovering their target markets' Visual Preferences
Shared in Tools & Resources by Steven Kronick
Slice of Summer
Commercial Type Website
go_staugustine (go St Augustine)
RT @averagejim: It's the @aigajax board appreciation party, and I appreciate all these people in my life. #aigaconnect http://t.co/HRBE6WI3…
5 days ago